of the word in the dictionary: Sensual - of or arousing gratification of the senses and physical, especially sexual, pleasure.
So gratification of their own senses or being able to arouse the senses of another is not possible for men? Is the light so dark that it casts the shadow of only one lover? Let me unequivocally debunk the idea that men have no sensuality. We feel, our skin has the same touch receptors as women. I will hazard to guess women believe their skin is more sensitive than a mans. But I can assure you that the sense of touch is every bit as active (and reactive) for a man. Go ahead, touch my neck or my thigh and see where it takes us.
To say that many men are not able to express themselves may be more appropriate. But that is not sensuality, it is sensitivity. And again I turn to a dictionary that lays the difference out quite clearly: Sensitivity - the strength or emotional reaction to people. OK, now we're getting somewhere. So men aren't sensitive to their sensuality? That makes no sense either. Are you thoroughly confused at this point? Good, and this is important. Don't try to make more of this than it is. Stop thinking of men as a group and begin to recognize that among us as individuals exists chivalry, compassion and commitment. As well as all of the feelings of passion and affection possessed by many if not most women (you'll notice I won't make a blanket over generalization when it comes to women)
There is no feeling I can remember that can match what goes on deep inside as I explore the recesses of a woman's neck. The senses are quickened with the smell of her hair, the warmth of her skin and the taste of her lips. And I have not ventured that far yet. To further explore would bring even more heightened response (hopefully from each). If I am not experiencing the sensuality of this lady and she me, then I should give up this quest.